Community News & Notes
Andrew Romanoff, Democratic Party U.S. Senate candidate, is holding a reception/ fundraiser in downtown Glenwood Springs at the Brew Pub, Monday, Feb. 1, from 5-7 p.m. Romanoff will speak briefly and discuss issues with area Democrats.
The 21st annual Garfield County Humanitarian Service Awards Dinner, sponsored by the Garfield County Commissioners and the Garfield County Human Services Commission, will be held Monday, April 12. The venue is to be determined, but in the meantime, take the time to nominate a friend, neighbor or staff member who has the willingness to help someone or an organization in need; someone who takes action for Garfield County.Nomination guidelines and the nomination form may be found at the Garfield County web site – http://www.garfield-county.com . Click on News at the top of the page, and then Humanitarian Awards. Read through the guidelines and fill out the form.Previous Humanitarian Awards winners are not eligible for nomination. A list of previous winners is contained in the Humanitarian Awards link on the county web site.Every nominee will be individually honored at the awards dinner, so be sure to create a nomination which details everything your nominee has done in a humanitarian spirit so your nominee will be acknowledged for all their facets of contribution.More information will be published as soon as the details are confirmed.For more information about the Humanitarian Awards, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kay at 618-6689.
Learn Hip Hop from the B-Girl of the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance.” Join Sara VonGillern at 10:30 a.m. and/or 11:30 a.m. at the Glenwood Dance Academy Saturday, Jan. 30.Classes are $30. Come and join the in the fun.
Garfield County Public Health will be holding an H1N1 flu clinic at the Crystal River Elementary School Cafeteria in Carbondale on Thursday, Feb. 18 from 4-7 p.m. This vaccination clinic is free and open to everyone. Please call 970-945-6614 for questions.
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